School Psychology Overview
We provide our academic partners with professionals in the psychology field that specialize in working with students to improve quality of life. Our providers work closely with their students to identify the psychological and environmental factors that affect their academic and emotional progress. Our team of professionals are dedicated to coming up with various methods to effectively achieve academic success, manage stress and promote self-worth.
With their understanding of student populations and school methodologies, our providers are equipped to meet the unique needs of their education community. Our providers collaborate with the students’ teachers, parents, related therapists, and school administrators to develop and execute individual education programs (IEPs) within deadline compliance.
Here at Humanus, we offer flexible and rapid deployment for our partners at highly competitive rates. We work with professionals that will conduct evaluations and/or provide on-going services to students as needed, both –in– person or online. It is our mission to provide top quality services that will meet our partners’ criteria, expectations, and financial resources. Together – we can create safe, inclusive learning environments where students have the academic and therapeutic support that will lead to academic success, personal growth, and happiness.
Our network of psychology professionals includes:
- Certified School Psychologists
- School Counselors
- Licensed Social Workers
Recently Posted Psychology Jobs
Marysville, WA, United States
We are currently seeking a School Psychologist for a full-time position working with students in grades K-12 in Marysville, WA. The school psychologist will consult with instructional staff, parents, and students regarding the provision of appropriate educational services for all students; will identify, assess, evaluate, and make recommendations for educational placement of exceptional children; will serve as liaison with medical, mental health, and educational communities regarding student needs.